Good Tuesday. Let's get through a few more hot, humid days, then we can enjoy some cooler and drier air this weekend.
For the rest of the week, a strong ridge of high pressure will do 2 things for us. First, it will give us a southeast flow of air that will keep bringing in warm moist air from the Atlantic. Second, the high will cap the atmosphere which means all the moisture will stay trapped at the surface keeping the rain and most of the clouds away, but also making it very muggy outside.
This pattern will get disrupted Thursday as a front begins to work it's way in. That front could bring a few isolated showers Thursday into Friday, but the main impact will be much cooler and drier air settling in late Friday and through the weekend.
For Saturday and Sunday, highs will be in the low 80s. Dew point values will drop from about 70 into the mid 50s, indicating MUCH drier air in place. Lows will be around 60 Saturday morning, and in the mid 50s Sunday morning.
Download the WRCB weather app for the interactive radar and road conditions. David Karnes